Roy Mehta is a well-established London-based photographic artist with thirty years of professional experience working on personal and commercial projects.
Much of his work centres around projects that encapsulate the complexity of identity and belonging.
His work is regularly exhibited in the UK and abroad, most recently as part of 'SIXTEEN', a group photography project about young people that toured extensively around the UK.
He is currently working on a major archive of work that he made c.1989 for a new solo exhibition in July 2020 as part of BRENT 2020 LONDON BOROUGH OF CULTURE. https://www.brent2020.co.uk/stories/interview-with-roy-mehta-2020-culture-fund-artist
‘Make Light Work’ (Published by Ffotogallery 2008)
‘Coastline’ 2003 Published by Browns ISBN 0-9533730-6-1 (essays by David Chandler and Andrew Martin)
‘Different’ 2001 Published by Phaidon ISBN 0 7148 4014 9 (essays by Stuart Hall produced by Mark Sealy)
‘Distant Relations’ 1996 Published by Autograph ISBN